Connection Classes


Connection Classes meet on Sunday mornings during the services. These classes are taught by Kirkmont members and vary each semester. Because there are classes during both service times, you can choose to go to Connection Class and then the service, or service and then a Connection Class.
9:00-10:00 AM
The Gospel Project
One of our core convictions here at Kirkmont is that the family is the God-ordained place where the faith of the parents is passed on to the children. The Gospel Project is our Sunday School class designed to do just that. Families of all types can work through the entire Bible together and grow closer to one another as they grow closer to Christ. Working in conjunction with the Kids’ Sunday School classes, the goal of this class is to give parents and families a coordinated look at the truths of Scripture that they can take home and grow in together.


Meets in Room 120.
In the Beginning (of Luke’s Gospel)
“In the beginning . . .” The Bible begins with these words in Genesis 1:1.  The Gospel of John also begins with these exact words.  The Gospel of Luke also begins this way, though Luke only implies the words, as he write about Jesus’ earliest days.  In this class, we’ll focus on the opening chapters of Luke’s Gospel, including the Christmas story itself, and study them in-depth to consider the foundations of Jesus’ ministry.  We’ll also consider what these chapters mean for how we live as His disciples today. 
Meets in Room 127.
Bible Basics – (Young Adult Friendly)
Bible-believing Christians know that the Word of God is the source of all truth. But for many, the Bible is a confusing and complicated maze of unusual words and unknown people and places. This class is designed to introduce the Word to those who have never honestly been presented with the basics of the Bible. If you are looking for a way to get started on Sunday School or Bible study, this course is for you. For those who have years of reading and study under your belt, this course is aimed at helping you put the comprehensive pieces of the overall message of the Bible together to allow a deeper study of the individual books. 


Meets in Fellowship Hall.


10:30-11:30 AM 

The Whole Christ

Since the days of the early church, Christians have struggled to understand the relationship between two seemingly contradictory concepts in the Bible: law and gospel. If, as the apostle Paul says, the law cannot save, what can it do? Is it merely an ancient relic from Old Testament Israel to be discarded? Or is it still valuable for Christians today? This course will help modern Christians think through this complex issue. The class charts a path between legalism (law as salvation) and lawlessness (rejection of the law).

Meets in Room 120.